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A Little Ninja Training
Picture someone on a balance beam or skillfully maneuvering along the distance of a log.
Well, I skillfully take about 200 steps on some objects in construction sites.
That's where Ninja Training comes in; I just made it up. I'm over 40; that's true.
The sun was shining by the time I finished my workout with weights.
Going home, I snapped the CAT photo at 6:38 and continued to another construction area.
There was no need to jump over the roped-off part. I just went around.
200 steps of balancing were done on the way to the office. I could double that going home.
It's a little tricky, balancing yourself when it's dark outside. In sunshine, it should be easy.
At night, streetlights and passing vehicles, tend to throw shadows.
It makes balancing a bit more difficult. I might slip and fall at 20 or 67 steps.
Early this morning, not a step went wrong. Swiftly and silently, I scampered across the beam.
On the return trip, I guess I became overconfident and added a few steps.
200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, whoops, off the balance beam I went!
The back and shoulders are a little sore from rowing exercises; that's to be expected.
The trip off of the blocks for balance wasn't all that far of a distance. Not a 4ft. wall.
The 4 inch wide blocks I was scampering along, only stand about 4 inches off the ground.
Still, I'm glad no one was out there watching. I landed belly up in a pile of dirt and stones.
Sorta like a turtle turned over on it's back, I laughed and struggled to get myself upright.
The wife was awake when I got ready to leave in the morning.
She knew I had a dental appointment. She makes sure I shower and smell good.
Now, she'll be wondering what possessed me to take another shower and change clothes.
My ass hurts but, I'll tell her, "Secret, it's Ninja Stuff we can't discuss."